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3 Insert AAA batteries in the base of the radio
Follow the polarity markers in the battery
Congratulations on purchasing your new RCA Wi-Fi Internet Radio.
Please follow these instructions to set up and start using the radio.
The batteries (not included) power the
clock and alarm whenever the radio loses
1 Unpack the unit
You should find the following items in the box:
4 Optional: Connect the radio using an Ethernet cable
Quick Start
Guide (this
Power adapter
Use an Ethernet cable if you do not have a Wi-Fi access point.
AM loop antenna
Ethernet cable
1. NOTE: When you turn on the radio for the first time,
it will be in “DEMO” mode. To exit this mode, press
preset 1, then SLEEP/SNOOZE, then preset 6 on
top of the radio.
2. After exiting the DEMO
mode, the radio displays
the Select Language
screen. Choose your
preferred language.
3. The Internet Setup screen
then displays:
• Connecting via Ethernet
– In the Internet Setup screen,
choose Wired. The radio
should then connect to the Internet.
• Connecting via wireless
– In the Internet Setup screen, choose Wireless.
– To display a list of available networks, choose
Detect Networks, then choose your network.
– To use a known network SSID, choose Enter SSID
and then input your SSID.
3. If the network is secure, enter your password in
the Network Security screen. The radio should then
connect to the Internet.
Broadband modem or
Ethernet router/hub/switch
Press to show “DONE”
and SELECT to confirm.
Additional requirements
6 Set up the radio
Broadband Internet service
Broadband (cable/DSL) modem, usually supplied by your Internet service provider
An 802.11 b or g (Wi-Fi) wireless home network or Ethernet router/switch/hub with available
LAN port
to highlight,
SELECT to confirm.
After connecting to the Internet
5 Plug in and turn on the radio
For Wi-Fi connections, you may also need:
• Your wireless network’s SSID
• Your access password (for secure networks)
Use the navigation controls to make
choices and input information:
− move highlight up
– move highlight down
– move selection/navigate left
– move selection/navigate right
SELECT - confirm selected option or
When inputting characters, press or
to choose among uppercase, lowercase,
numeric, or special characters.
To insert spaces or correct mistakes, press
to display the Commands list and then
press or
to choose the desired
About passphrase:
This radio supports secured access
points using the Wireless Equivalent
Privacy (WEP) keys or Wi-Fi Protected
Access (WPA and WPA2) standards.
WEP keys are either 10 or 26
characters long (e.g. 6e78214a52).
Some access points for WEP
support passphrases (e.g. changing
entertainment again) which do not
conform to the industry standard and
are not supported in this radio.
If you are using a WEP secured access
point, enter the WEP key (HEX format)
instead of the passphrase.
If you did not activate your Infinite Radio accounts,
or if the radio cannot get your details from the
Infinite Radio server, the radio may ask for your ZIP code. Input your code.
If your radio has successfully connected to the Internet you will hear a welcome message.
Electrical outlet
2 Setup your RCA Infinite Radio accounts
To simplify setup and avoid manual configuration on the radio please complete these steps:
1. Find the Setup Information Card that contains your radio’s MAC address number (MAC:
00-00-00-00-00-00) and activation PIN # (PIN: 0000). (This number is also found in the Device
Info screen under the Settings menu in your radio.)
2. Using any Internet-connected computer, go to and follow
the online instructions.
• You will need to input your radio’s MAC address and PIN # to associate your radio with your
personal settings.
v1.0 (EN)
Learn more about your Internet Radio
Deactivate the DEMO mode
after turning on
Press preset 1, then SLEEP/
SNOOZE, then preset 6.
Read the user manual (download from for more information on the
player’s features, safety and warranty information, and answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s).
Need more help? Do not return this product to the store.
Visit to get the latest firmware updates and FAQ’s.
Listening to Internet radio
Using the radio
General procedures
Sleep timer/
Station presets
Audio source
Turn on/off (standby) the radio
Choose an audio source
Alarm set/
alarm off
Clock set
“Love It”
“Ban It”
“Tag it”
Menu up
Choose a preset radio station
Assign the current radio station to a preset
Display the menu while listening
Record the current AM/FM/Internet radio station
Start the sleep timer
Add time or cancel the sleep timer
Display the time
Set the time
menu back
Menu down
Choose an Internet radio station
Press SOURCE to cycle through the audio sources
(Slacker Radio, Internet Radio, FM/AM Tuner, Internal
Memory, or USB Input).
Press SOURCE to choose the radio source (Slacker,
Internet, FM, or AM), then press a preset button (1–6).
Press and hold a preset button (1–6) until the radio
Press .
Press .
Press again to stop recording.
Press SLEEP/SNOOZE repeatedly.
Press CLOCK.
Press and hold CLOCK until the hour is highlighted.
Press or to choose hours, minutes or AM/PM.
Press or to change the time.
Press SELECT to set the time.
Start playing the selected station
Mark the current station as a favorite
Remove the current station from My Favorites
Use the current station as the alarm sound
Playing recordings and audio files
Play a recording
Play an audio file from a connected USB device
Menu select
Listening to FM/AM radio
Tune in an FM/AM radio station
Step through the radio frequencies
Use the current station as the alarm sound
Rear panel connections
Press SOURCE to choose FM or AM radio.
Press and hold or until the radio beeps to autotune to the previous or next available station.
Press or .
Press to display the options menu. Press to choose
Send to Alarm and then press SELECT.
Choose a Slacker™ station
AM loop
antenna socket
FM antenna
LAN port
Power adapter
input socket
audio line-out
USB 2.0 port
You can connect USB devices to the USB port:
The radio can play MP3, WMA and RealAudio
audio files stored on the connected USB device.
Slacker is a trademark of Slacker, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
RealAudio is a trademark or a registered trademark of RealNetworks, Inc.
Start playing the selected station
Pause playback
Skip to the next song
Mark the current song as a favorite
Create a custom station based on the
current artist
Ban the current song from the station
Ban the current artist from the station
Use the current station as the alarm sound
Pause playback
Skip to the next recording/audio file
Skip to the previous recording/audio file
Press WEATHER once.
Press WEATHER twice.
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Press SOURCE to choose
Slacker Radio.
Press or to move up and
down the menu options and
press SELECT to choose the
desired genre and station.
Press . Press again to resume.
Press .
Press .
Press and hold .
Press .
Press and hold .
Press to display the options menu. Press
Send to Alarm and then press SELECT.
Press SOURCE to choose Internal Memory.
Press or to highlight a recording and press
Press SOURCE to choose USB.
Press or to exit or enter folders. Press or to
highlight a file and press SELECT to start playback.
Press . Press again to resume.
Press .
Press within the first 3 seconds of the current
Listening to Weather Forecasts
Listen to today’s local forecast
Listen to 3-day local forecast
Listening to Slacker™ radio
Press SOURCE to choose
Internet Radio.
Press or to move up and
down the menu options and
press SELECT to navigate to
the desired station.
Press or press to display the options menu. Press
to choose Add to Favorites and then press SELECT.
Press .
Press to display the options menu. Press to choose
Send to Alarm and then press SELECT.
to choose
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